Delicious Healthy Organic Recipes

Healthy and delicious, these organic food recipes are sure to please those who love healthy eating

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I eat organic foods whenever I can get them. In rural Alabama, that’s sometimes a trick. I grew up thinking that, because almost everyone had a garden and grew their own vegetables that I was eating healthy but have since learned about toxic pesticides that negate that homegrown nutrition myth, at least for me.

I do not have an organic foods store nearby so I’m grateful that Ingle’s supermarkets carry a little organic produce and some organic options in canned goods and snacks. I hope this trend continues.

Anyway, I fully support online companies that sell organic foods and products and this one, called E3 Live, has a wonderful list of delicious recipes you can try out.

They all call for E3 Live ingredients and if you don’t already have a source for organic health products you could see what they have to offer or substitute other ingredients.

Their mouth-watering recipes include salsa, almond milk (easier to make than I would have thought and so healthy – Edgar Cayce sometimes suggested eating almonds as a cancer preventative), raw coconut chewies and a wide range of healthy smoothies including their
E3 Ginger Zing Smoothie, Strawberry Banana Choco Smoothie and Melon and Mint Smoothie. Oh yum, I can taste one now!

Organic Eating – Healthy Recipes Here


Will You Be There Pangea Day?

Pangea Day….Taking Global Prayer to a new and powerful level through Vision…seeing is believing we are all related.

I wrote about Pangea Day in earlier posts;
The day the world comes together
and
Update on Pangea Day Event

If you are affliated with any type of meditation group or spiritual group, why not consider hosting a Pangea Day event? It will be a wonderful way to strengthen the energetic gridlines around understanding, tolerance and healing.

This event will present remarkable views into the lives of people from all cultures, all religious faiths, all types of background. There were 1,500 hundred film submissions for this remarkable, once in a lifetime event.

I submitted my Pangea Day film. If you didn’t get a submission in, please visit the website on details on how you can still be involved.

In my video submission, I suggested that maybe we (meaning the global family) could witness for one another and help one another heal through caring. It is a prayer that I am certainly not alone in praying.